What can you do if your marriage has irretrievably broken down and your Dependant visa is about to expire?

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QUESTION

I am separating from my wife and she is refusing to keep me on her Dependent visa.

My visa expires in a month and my employers have always made it clear that they won’t sponsor Employment visas – and I don’t know what to.

Do I need to find a new job if I lose my Hong Kong dependant visa in this way? 

How long would it take for a first time visa application?

Can I just keep quiet at work? They probably won’t check my visa status…

What would be the implications for that?

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